Rare Essential Compilation Of New Zealand Bands From The 1960s! Gatefold Cover With Liner Notes About Each Artist. Features Two Tracks Each From Ray Columbus & The Invaders, The La De Da’s, The Fourmyula & More!
‘How Was The Air Up There?’ features 22 tracks from the halcyon days of N.Z. music. Classic stuff! New Zealand during the 60s spawned literally dozens of groups and individuals; some deservedly obscure, some whose promise bloomed all too briefly, some to become household names and stars, to varying degrees. However most are just a memory. The performances resurrected herein are a random selection of some of the brighter lights on the local entertainment scene of a time whose recorded legacy remains intact. These 22 tracks recreate something of those golden days for both the nostalgic and the uninitiated!
Condition – Vinyl: VERY GOOD PLUS! Light surface marks ~ plays very well indeed! Looks VG+ / Plays EX!
Condition – Cover: VERY GOOD PLUS! Medium shelf wear, creases. Ring wear on back.
The La De Da’s – Hey Baby
The Underdogs – Sitting In The Rain
The Librettos – Let’s Go
The Pleazers – Gloria
Ray Columbus & The Invaders – She’s A Mod
The Avengers – Love Hate Revenge
Larry’s Rebels – Mo’reen
The Fourmyula – Come With Me
Ahmed Dahman Group – Stage Door
Chants R&B – I’m Your Witchdoctor
The La De Da’s – How Is The Air Up There
The Fourmyula – Nature
Peter Nelson & The Castaways – Down In The Mine
Hubb Kapp & The Wheels – I’m Happy Too
The Four Fours – Go-Go
Larry’s Rebels – I Feel Good
The Troubled Mind – I’m Good For You
Bari & The Breakaways – I Can’t Explain
The Pleazers – Last Night
The Hi-Revving Tongues – Tropic Of Capricorn
Dave Miller & The Byrds – Bright Lights Big City
Ray Columbus & The Invaders – Yo-Yo